Vice President, Sustainability
Mr. Monash is Vice President, Sustainability for Lundin Mining and has more than 20 years of experience in the mining sector. Prior to joining Lundin Mining, Mr. Monash led Lundin Gold’s sustainability activities during the construction and operation of the Fruta del Norte mine in Ecuador.
Prior to his work with Lundin Gold, Mr. Monash spent several years leading AngloGold Ashanti's sustainability efforts in the Americas, where he developed sustainability strategy and governance structures and advised operations on community relations, local government relations, human rights and communications. In addition, Mr. Monash worked with Rio Tinto Alcan where he integrated sustainable development principles across the company’s business development practice. He has worked with International Finance Corporation guiding extractive industry clients on the structure and implementation of sustainable development strategies. As well, Mr. Monash spent several years with the World Economic Forum where he worked closely with leaders from business, academia, and government to identify and address key economic, social, and environmental issues facing the mining and metals industry and significantly advanced the industry's understanding of The Equator Principles, anti-corruption strategies, and emerging mining policy in key jurisdictions.
Nathan holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from McGill University and a Master of Arts from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.